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As Michael Moosbrugger himself describes, this is a classic single vineyard, top-class Grüner, with the spiced tropical fruit profile thereof. Mid-deep gold. A little …

During our 1st year MW course week in Rust, Willi Bründlmayer brought this for lunch, after a tutored tasting that followed pruning practice. Of …

One of 2 whites with 1st course of Booker mediaeval banquet – chosen to fit to the vegetable richness of leak and potato soup. …

A decent-value Grüner Veltliner, but well put in its place a few days later by Schloss Gobelsburg’s 2010 Kammerner Renner – which had depth, …

Out of place – flipped with the Dagueneau. A good opening gambit with the green veg and salad in the starter – but mainly …

Another wine from this vineyard, and another quality one too. Almost a textbook Grüner Veltliner perhaps – even if not the finest? Grapefruit and …

From the 3rd Optimor case, this is from apparently the oldest Demeter-certified biodynamic estate in Europe. Either way, it was a great way to …

Bought a half-case of this on the strength of the 2005, and it pretty-much delivers. The one note is that it probably would be …

Having had Bründlmayer recommended as a good producer of Grüner Veltliner, I was somewhat underwhelmed by this, and didn’t even finish the bottle. The …

So, my 2007 New Year’s resolution (the only one) was to drink more white wine, and finally drinking Grüner Veltliner was top of the …